Hub and bearing assembly?
That would be a clutch fan hub and bearing assembly.
It's under the front right headlight, need to remove headlight assembly and cut hole to get to relay, which is under the plastic frame that holds headlight assembly. The other option is to remove the front bumper assembly to access. If the relay repeatedly fails the fan motor will need replaced.
No,NO,NO, The NUT that's on the front axel is what holds the WHEEL BEARING TOGETHER. IT has to be there.
Actually the nut does not hold the rotor on. Your brake caliper does that. The nut holds the front hub on. correct and the torque setting for the front hub nut is ..284 ft pounds
The front wheel bearing is pressed onto the spindle of the and this needs to be done at a facility (machine shop, dealer, auto repair, etc.) that has equipment to do this. The piece that holds the bearing can be removed from the car and taken to the afore mentioned places. Otherwise, you'll have to take the vehicle in.
It is called the front clip. The entire front assembly from the firewall forward is the front clip The nose with the grill and headlights is called the header panel.
185 to 260 ft lbs this is the front center nut that holds axle and front wheel bearing together not wheel lug nuts
Remove the tray that holds the wiper motor assembly. This will give you the room needed to remove the alternator.
If you want the front WHEEL BEARINGS to come apart and the wheel hub to come apart you can. The end of the axel shaft slides through the bearing hub assembley and when you put the nut on the axel and torque it to 150 ft LBS, That is what holds the front bearing hub together.
Remove lug nuts & tire, remove rotor. Then must remove brake caliper - 2 bolts. Then must remove hub bolts behind rotor that holds hub to steering knuckle, 3 bolts. Remove bearing hub assembly and wiring attached to it. Takes experienced mechanic 1/2 hour or so.
The assembly that holds the cylinder
No, the end of the cv shaft is what holds the wheel bearing together.No, the end of the cv shaft is what holds the wheel bearing together.
You'll need a 36mm socket to remove the bearing hub hub (from the end of the cv shaft). Loosen CV shaft 36mm torque nut prior to lifting vehicle. Loosen (don't remove) wheel lug nuts from wheel. Jack up front end of vehicle until both front wheels are off the concrete. Place jack stands underneath the vehicle. Remove the lugs and wheel from the hub. Remove the brake caliper and rotors (hang caliper with wire from strut/spring assembly to keep the brake line/hose from stretching). Remove the rotor from the hub. Now, with a separate jack, raise the control arm until the point that the cv shaft is level (not angled into the bearing hub). Remove the ABS sensor electrical plug. With 1/2" socket, remove the (3) bolts from the back side of the steering knuckle, which holds the bearing hub assembly in place. It will be tricky accessing these (3) bolts with a socket, extension, and ratchet, due to the very tight quarters, but you can do this, as I have. After removing these (3) bolts, finish removing the cv shaft hub nut, and the bearing hub assembly will remove from the cv shaft. Assembly is the reverse of the above procedure. Be sure to torque the (3) bearing hub bolts to the proper torque, as well as the bearing hub nut to cv shaft. Total time for a good mechanic: about 1 1/2 hours. A novice or beginner: about 2 1/2 hours.
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Remove wheel then remove the big nut that holds the axle to the hub. Remove the brake caliper and rotor, through the hole in the face of the hub(where the wheel studs are) remove bolts that hold the hub and bearing to the steering knuckle. Tap hub and bearing assy from knuckle. The hub and bearing is one part.
The " King Pin " is on the front end . It holds the wheel assembly on the frame of the truck - one on each side .
Which party, which country which assembly. If you are not specific you will not get your question answered.
the cones on any kind of bike are the thing that holds the bearings in the front hub so it can spin they screw on the axle and they hold in the bearings and that + the cup (AKA bearing race )is what the they spin on
remove your transfer case cover,there is a lock washer or ring that holds the gears in place,remove the washer and your live axle should slide out then you can get access to your bearings
The main bearings and main bearing caps.
it is the bearing that holds the shafts while it is rotating.
The entire shelve that holds the wiper arm and wiper motor assembly unbolts from the firewall in one piece. Once this shelve is out of the way the alternator will be exposed.